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-open to the idea of getting rid of the copper coin. the president says it costs more for the government to make a penny than it's actually worth. the mint says it costs nearly it.5 cents to produce and distribute a single penny. tell us what you think on that one. >>> meantime, let's take a very quick look at what's happening with the markets. the dow is down by 0.3%. walmart is down by 2.8% on the reports of that internal e-mail about february sales being a total disaster. the spokesman says sometimes these internal e-mails can be inaccurate. thanks for watching "street signs." have a great weekend. "closing bell" is next. >> hi, everybody. happy friday to you. welcome to the "closing bell." i'm maria bartiromo at the new york stock exchange. the major averages in danger of posting losses this week though. >> if we stay right here, we'll see that. i'm bill griffith. the dow does not be able to look like it will avoid a second consecutive losing week. the blue chip average down sharply in the last half hour on those reports of an internal e-mail from a walmart executive indicating that a very s
that error corrected? it's all part of a new government report that has been raising eyebrows today. eamon javers has the latest. >> we know how important your credit rating can be. forget buying a house or a car. take a look at this new study looking at the rates of errors on people's credit ratings. 5% had an error on their credit rating report that was significant enough to effect the rating itself. now, those errors could mean higher costs for loans and for insurance for those consumers. and one in five had an error corrected. they only found four out of five saw a modification although we know that process can be maddeningly difficult for a lot of consumers. we talked to all three of the major credit rating agencies. we have a report from experian. we believe it confirms that credit reports are predominantly accurate and serving lenders and consumers well. the vast majority of errors on credit reports have no bearing on credit scores for example outdated information on a consumer's phone number and the like. for those consumers caught in that trap where there are errors, they can find
a partnership between business and government. take a listen. >> the vets are real and growing. you only have to look at the distributed denial of service attacks that we've seen on wall street, the destructive attacks that we've seen against sawedi ahramco to see what's coming at our nation. we need to act and need to act now. >> now, the reaction to the proposal from the president last night for an executive order on cyber security has not been familiar news from the business community, the u.s. shakes telling us they don't like intrusive regulations that will inflict pain on business, financial and otherwise. a couple of other trade organizations today, however, putting out statements much more supportive of what the president said so that's the debate here in washington. >> thanks so much. >> and joining us now is the chairman of the house intelligence committee, congressman mike rogers, congressman from michigan. thanks for joining us on program. >> thanks for having me. >> how much of an impact do you expect the president's executive order to allow defense and intelligence agencies to h
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